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October 22, 2020
The RBI received an overwhelming response from State Development Loans (SDLs) holders as they offered Rs 15,475 crore of bonds against the issue size of Rs 10,000 crore

September 26, 2020
In the previous fortnight ended September 11, 2020, bank credit had grown by 5.49 per cent to Rs 102.11 lakh crore while deposits at 10.92 per cent to Rs 141.76 lakh crore

September 25, 2020
The RBI had planned to buy up to 100 billion rupees ($1.35 billion) worth of six-year to 11-year papers at an open market operation

New Delhi, April 2, 2019
The apex bank held the first-ever such auction on March 26 where it had bought $5 billion from banks and, in turn, Rs 34,561 crore was infused into the banking system. It had received $16.31 billion in bids

March 27, 2019
Share Market Live updates: While the Sensex fell 100 points to 38,132 level, the Nifty lost 38 points to 11,445. Top Sensex losers were NTPC (2.25%), Tata Motors (1.85%) and Bharti Airtel (1.49%).

April 4, 2016
The RBI adopted the rules, effective from the April 1 start of a new fiscal year, after deep frustration that it cut its key repo rate by 125 basis points last year, but banks lowered lending rates by only about 60 bps.

Neha Dasgupta and Suvashree Choudhury
New Delhi, December 17, 2015
The RBI was estimated to have sold $500 million to $1 billion on Wednesday to prop up the rupee in the lead-up to the US Federal Reserve meeting.

Suvashree Choudhury
Mumbai, December 4, 2015
The country's central bank is engaging in a tricky balancing act with domestic yields to keep volatility out of its bond markets ahead of the Federal Reserve's historic policy decision this month.

New Delhi, November 18, 2013
Last week, Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan had said the RBI planned to purchase Rs 8,000 crore of government bonds through OMOs to improve liquidity.

Mumbai, July 12, 2013
The IIBs are designed to allow investors to guard their savings against inflation and dissuade them from buying gold. The IIBs will be issued on last Tuesday of every month.